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Helen Dalley

Helen Dalley is an award-winning television journalist – as a reporter, interviewer and presenter on the Nine Network for two decades.Helen Dalley is one of Australia’s most experienced and highly respected journalists and...

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Helen Dalley's Biography

Helen Dalley is an award-winning television journalist – as a reporter, interviewer and presenter on the Nine Network for two decades.


Helen Dalley is one of Australia’s most experienced and highly respected journalists and interviewers.
Helen was also a founding member of the Nine Network's Business Sunday as a reporter and occasional presenter. As a finance journalist she interviewed many CEO’s, economists and senior politicians about the economy, the Budget and a variety of business issues. She has also played a major role in Nine’s live coverage of both Federal and Qld State Elections, as a facilitator and panel interviewer.
Helen Dalley hosted the 9 Network’s continuous coverage of the 2003 Iraq War and the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 attacks on New York and Washington. Her work has also featured on 60 Minutes and A Current Affair,and she has hosted Today, A Current Affair Summer Edition, Today On Saturday, and Nightline.
Helen has a wide range of experience in hosting, facilitating, interviewing, guest speaking and top level MC and corporate work. She has hosted prestigious events such as The Entrepreneur of the Year Awards, in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide, as well as the Bulletin/Qantas Businesswoman on the Year Awards.
Helen has won numerous awards. In 1999 Helen won a coveted Walkley Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism. She has also been a Walkley Awards Finalist. Other major awards include the 1994 United Nations Media Peace Award for her story on Mabo, and the 1996 Michael Daley Award for Best Television Feature/Documentary for Information Superhighway.
Helen won the prestigious Human Rights Award for Television, for her story "Solutions for a Secret Shame", about the tragic crisis of Aboriginal domestic violence. Helen Dalley has twice been short-listed for the Queensland Premier’s Literary Awards, in 2004 and 2005.